Former Vernon resident publishes horror anthology

Vernon. Rachel A. Brune's new anthology with tales of fatal symphonies, impossible deals with fairies, and ravenous ghosts will be released on March 21 by Crone Girls Press. Brune graduated from Pope John XXIII Regional High School and is a former military journalist.

12 Mar 2020 | 02:44

    Former Vernon resident Rachel A. Brune brings readers tales of fatal symphonies, impossible deals with fairies, and ravenous ghosts, in a new anthology available March 21 from Crone Girls Press.

    Brune, a New Jersey native who graduated in 1996 from Pope John XXIII Regional H.S., is a former military journalist whose column "Dispatches from the Front" appeared in the Advertiser-News in 2012. After leaving the active duty military, she began writing and editing speculative fiction.

    She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Crone Girls Press. Coppice & Brake, an anthology of horror and dark fiction, contains chilling stories with settings from modern-day San Francisco to ancient China, written by authors from California to Canada to the Czech Republic.

    Coppice & Brake is available on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Coppice-Brake-Dark-Fiction-Anthology-ebook/dp/B085N8HC8PFor reviewer copies or to request an interview, please contact Rachel A. Brune, Editor, at: cronegirlspress@gmail.com or visit our website at: https://www.cronegirlspress.comThank you for your time and consideration!